Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been a phenomenon since he came to power in 2014. Since then, he has been on a roller-coaster ride, taking India, or rather the world by storm. He has been through the thick and thin of things during the last three years, but overall, he has come out as a clear winner.
Now the question is, what makes him a winner?
There are certain traits, or rather qualities that make a person winner. While traits are inborn, qualities can be developed. What I personally think is, it is the cultivated habits that make you a champ.
Scroll down to know some secrets that make our Prime Minister a juggernaut.
Modiji has been showing calculated aggression, whether it be dealing with China or Pakistan. His stand on crucial matters has sent clear shock-waves to these countries, which is quite visible by the kind of statements these countries are making in response to India's tactics. Like when India said to China on allegations of crossing the border, that we are not 'the India of 1962' to which China replied, we are also not 'the China of 1962', reports the Times of India. Clearly, China is freaked-out.
Modiji has been a product of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), and the organisation is known for its patriotism. In different interviews, Modiji clearly mentioned that his goal in the life is to serve the country and its subjects. Patriotism is on the rise in the country, all thanks to Modiji's super-charged patriotic speeches.
Modiji has taken some bold and quick decisions which have altogether changed the course of country's narration. Important them being - demonetisation, surgical strike, Yogi Adityanath, Ram Nath Kovind, etc. His decisions are quick, bold and unregrettable.
Haven't we all wanted such a decision maker?
Modiji sleeps for just four hours a day, according to the media reports. Similar was the case when he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat. He goes to sleep at 1 am and gets up at 5 am. There's a famous quote by Modiji, "Hard work never brings fatigue, it brings satisfaction."
Do you guys remember what Nehruji said - "Aaram haraam hai."
This is a newly coined term. It means that we brainwash people to do good things, and that's where brainwashing can be justified. For example - take Modiji's Clean India campaign. The campaign has had such an impact on the minds of people that they have suddenly become conscious about cleanliness around them. Agree?
Some people consider this as a negative trait. However, it has a substantial positive side to it. In fact, it is a blessing in disguise. Authority gets things done. Does it work when one is too soft when s/he is in the leadership position? Absolutely, NO! Sometimes, we need a hard fist to run things smoothly.
Following the rule, Modiji communicates more with bureaucrats than fellow politicians.
Modiji has given a free hand to the Indian Army. This has boosted the confidence of the army, and the army officers are taking press conferences and giving statements. The result is a tougher stance on anti-terrorist activities in Kashmir and the border areas. Modiji had also celebrated Diwali with the Army in 2016, giving a message on how important they are for the country.
Modiji doesn't own property and has no expensive possessions in his name, as declared by him in his election nomination papers.
Modiji's day starts with yoga, meditation and morning walk. All these activities make him a spiritual being. When young, Modiji lived as a mendicant or Sanyasi for a couple of years in forests.
It must be noted that a spiritual mind is sharper, more balanced and quite superior at dealing with situations.
The international media has started calling Modiji a 'serial hugger' because of his bear hugs with almost every dignitary he meets in any part of the world. Is this loving gesture by Modiji the reason behind India's jovial relations with the rest of the world, except a few neighbouring nations?
Whatever that may be, it's a good idea to spread love and form a bond.
According to medical experts, a 20-second hug is able to reduce harmful, physical effects of stress, including its impact on your blood pressure and heart rate.
Isn't our Prime Minister a sensation, in every sense? The way he works, his oratory and his warm gestures extended to international counterparts - don't all these things make him a force-to-reckon with?
And his decisions make for altogether a different story. Our nation needs more such dynamic leaders. Right?